A three year old child has diurnal enuresis. Nursing interventions should include what? Select all that apply.


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- Restrict citrus fruits and high sugar foods

- Implement a bedwetting alarm.

- Implement a behavior modification star chart.

- Restrict dietary fluids.

- Encourage a high fiber diet


The child has enuresis during the day thus a bedwetting alarm at night will not help. The child should avoid citrus fruits and high sugar foods that irritate the bladder. A behavioral modification chart is a good idea and a high fiber diet will help by preventing constipation. http://www.chla.org/blog/rn-remedies/make-daytime-wetting-thing-the-past

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